Out – Magical Music from Heaven" - David Pantanjali Samson
music on this CD is made with the tools of Love & Silence.
Enjoy the Magical journey. On this album you can hear the hang,
a UFO-shaped hand-steeldrum. Other instruments that have been
used: voice, copper overtone flute, jew harp, surdo, spring drum,
bendir, darbukka, cajon, vibratone, flexatone, caixixi, kalimba,
Sundaram - Beautiful Sound"
Averard, Nestor Kornblum, Carlos Pons and guests
title comes from “Nada” which in Sanskrit means Universal or Sacred
Sound, and “Sundara” which means beautiful. This CD weaves together
ancient and sacred elements and instruments from many cultures,
with modern acoustic and electronic beats. The intention is to
offer the listener a truly inspiring, Sacred Music experience,
one that is also enjoyable, healing, relaxing and refreshing.
It is a unique recording in that it blends vocal harmonics (overtones)
with the instruments in original ways. The music can be used to
enhance processes in workshops and healing sessions, or simply
to enrich one’s day to day experience of life. Each piece has
been created with clear intention and minute attention to detail.
This CD celebrates all that is beautiful in life: love, peace,
harmony, compassion, joy and even a hint of sadness…which highlights
this beauty and helps us to appreciate it more profoundly.
Each of the 7 tracks on this CD corresponds and resonates in one
or more of the 7 main energy centres or “Chakras” located along
the spine in the areas of the principal glands of the body. The
music can thus be used to harmonise, balance and enhance the free-flow
of energy in these centres.
Jareño, Lynn Dobson, Gayle Groovin, Jose Manuel Diaz, Ed
& Deb Shapiro (Swami Brahmananda and Deva Shakti), Naomi Naides
Averard, Jaume Guerra, Francisco Soler,
Sarod, Tampura, Sitar, Flute, Voice, Overtone Chant (vocal harmonics)
- Styles: Western, Tibetan “Deep Voice” and Tuvan “Kargyraa”,
Flamenco Guitar, Violin, Cello, Koto, Djembe, Tabla, Udu, Didgeridoo,
Monochord, Pandero (Frame Drum), Bass, Electronic beats and sampled
with the wind - songs from Mongolian steppes"
'Gone with the Wind', subtitled 'Songs of the Steppes'
on the CD front cover and 'Whimsical Whoopee Mongolian
Melodies' on the CD itself. Comprising 16 songs, it
is a tour of traditional Mongolian music.
is a group of musicians and singers from Mongolia.
Named after the Altai mountains and the Hangai steppes,
large natural reserves in Central and Western Mongolia.
Formed by four people from that area in 1993, they
have spent much time spreading their music through
Europe and the US, using traditional Mongolian instruments
is very difficult to describe the singing and tunes.
Some are toe-tapping, some insert themselves into
your head and go round and round, others just flow
right over you. Some of the touches are incredible,
in some songs it sounds like the animals, not just
'sounds like the animals' as a metaphore, but actually
sounds like horses whinneying. Really good."
winds of Heaven" - Michael Ormiston
Traditional melodies and original
compositions for Khoomii and overtone singing
Winds of Heaven is Michael Ormiston's first CD dedicated
to overtone singing. Hear traditional Mongolian
& Tuvan melodies sung in Khöömii,
accompanied by Michael's rare collection Mongolian
instruments and new compositions and improvisations
using overtone singing,
Morin Khuur, Yatag, Tibetan Singing Bowls, gongs,
Tobshuur, jaw’s harps, Ethiopian end-blown flute,
bowed cymbal and “simultaneous overtone singing
with ney flute”.
Winds of Heaven shift and change, your body will
not live forever; your
mortal body has but its brief span of life. May
we, fast friends that have met, all live long and
- Patricia Spero
the beautiful, natural multiple layers of the Peruvian
Andes and its peoples' rich cultural traditions,
Peru instils a sensory and moving appreciation of
the region. Blending authentic Peruvian Pan Pipes
and Percussion with Spanish Musical Influences culminates
in a unique South American sound resonating homage
to this inspiring and ancient culture. The
electic soundscape lifts the spirits, invigorates
the imagination and its' vitality, like the vivid
colours of the region, beckons dance and movement.
– Music for Meditation" - Barramundi
With bells, bowls, gongs
CD met wonderschone, meditatieve muziek. Het
unieke samenspel van didgeridoo, klankschalen,
gongs, cymbalen, belletjes en windspel produceert
een rustgevend, heilzaam geluid dat zich bij
uitstek leent voor ontspanning en meditatie.
transcendantale, pleine de pouvoir de cet étonnant
Combinaison unique de sons de didgeridoo, bols
chantants, gongs, cymbales, cloches et éolires
parfait pour la relaxation et la méditation.
but still very powerful sounds of the Australian
wonder instrument. A CD with wonderful, meditative
music. The unique interplay of didgeridoo, singing
bowls, gongs, cymbals, bells en windgongs produces
a relaxing, wholesome sounds which is ultimately
suitable for relaxation and meditation.
your Chakra! (music for healing the body)"
Nadishana is a russian virtuoso multi-instrumentalist
and composer from Siberia in direction of
modern world fusion and ethnic jazz. He plays
on more than 50 instruments of the world,
including self-invented. He
is laureate of the international festivals
"Ustuu-Huree", "The Sayan Ring"
and "New Songs of the Old Lands",
and he is also the founder of the ethnofestival
"Free of Karma Zone". Nadishana
is the director of "Sound Microsurgery
Department" - the creative music laboratory
founded in Siberia and now locating in Berlin.
CD is the one of the results of our research
"music and health". When somebody
plays music in a specific way, it brings healthsome
influence on a concrete system of inner organs
of the human body. For example kalyuka harmonises
bronchi and lungs, mandola - the heart etc.
The tracks are ordered so that the harmonising
effect flows from head to feet.
Ritual Overtone Flute
Ritual Overtone Flute (part 2)
Prepared Beer Tins
Teapot With Water
Live" - Huun-Huur-Tu
studio recording can compare to the experience
of a HUUN-HUUR-TU concert - as countless
visitors from all over the world would testify
who have experienced one or more of their
concerts. Therefore, the idea for a live
recording has been in the air for quite
a while. Various concerts were recorded
but none met the artists' expectations until
finally in April 2001 everything came together
– a place where the musicians felt at home,
where they played and sang with just the
right inspiration, with one of Moscow's
best recording engineers and ...spring in
the air. The right time for a band that
is able to electrify the audience like no
Fantasy On The Igil
Yryzy/Song Of The Caravan Drivers
- Empat Sekampung/Jochen Fassbender
CD dokumentiert die Begegnung des indonesischen
Gamelanensembles Empat Sekampung mit dem
Klangkünstler Jochen Fassbender.
"Warum muß die Uhr pulsieren
und das Blut nicht, warum?"
Sekampung heißt "Vier aus einem
Dorf", was ihre Empfindung ausdrücken
soll, sich wie eine Familie zu fühlen.
1998 in der mitteljavanischen Stadt Solo
gegründet, sind diese Gamelanmusiker
gleichzeitig auch Tänzer oder Sprecher
und schöpfen aus der reichen Tradition
indonesischer Lyrik. Das Zusammenwirken
der javanesischen Künstler mit dem
Europäer Jochen Fassbender, ist so,
als spielten sie seit eh und je zusammen.
Es zeigt, dass die Sprache der Kunst,
vor allem der Musik, universal geworden
ist. Kulturen wachsen zusammen oder befruchten,
beeinflussen sich - entwickeln sich gemeinsam
- und behalten doch ihre originären
Man From The East
From Top To Toe
Dance Of The Flute
Shines at Night" - Djivan Gasparyan
Shines at Night is a rich but simple
collection of Middle Eastern songs performed
by Djivan on the armenian duduk with
two supporting musicians.
at The Church Studios, North London
and live in Tokyo while supporting Jah
Wobble. Features Djivan's vocals for
the first time The Independent "Perfect
music for an imperfect world."
Mojo "This is possibly one of most
beautiful records ever made." The
Independent On Sunday "Since his
emergence as an international star in
the late Eighties, Djivan Gasparyan
has become his country’s musical spokesman:
his instrument – the mournful duduk
– has always seemed to manifest the
perfect expression for Armenia’s tragic
history. His characteristic soft-hard
tonal modulation, and the atmosphere
of stillness which it establishes over
the drone, makes it irresistible. And
although he has now produced several
similar albums, this one is still a
7th December 1988
Don't Make Me Cry
You Have To Come Back To Me
They Took My Love Away
Moon Shines At Night
Mother Of Mine